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An ability to design a robot mechanism to meet kinematics requirements.

An ability to formulate, and solve complex kinematics and dynamics problems in


robotics

UNIT - I

Introduction to Robotics, major component of a robot, robotic like devices,


classification of robots - Classification by coordinate system and by control
method, Specifications of robots, fixed versus flexible automation, economic
analysis, overview of robot application, Robot Control
Architecture. (15)

B.Tech./Mech..Engg./2012-13 221

R.V.R. & J.C. College of Engineering (Autonomous), Guntur-522019. R-12

UNIT - II

Robot End Effectors: Introduction, end effectors, interfacing, types of end


effectors, grippers and tools, considerations in the selection and design of remote
centered devices, Requirements of End effectors. (15)

UNIT - III

Robotic Sensory Devices : Objective, Non-optical position sensors - potentiometers,


synchros, inductocyn, optical position sensors - opto interrupters, optical
encoders (absolute & incremental)

Proximity Sensors : Contact type , non contact type - reflected light scanning
laser sensors.

Touch & Slip Sensors : Touch sensors - proximity rod & photo detector sensors, slip
sensors - Forced oscillation slip sensor, interrupted type
slip sensors, force and torque sensors. (15)

UNIT - IV

Transformations and

Mechanics-I 4+1 - 40 60 100

EC/EE/ME-151 Chemistry Lab - 3 40 60 100

EC/EE/ME-152 Workshop - 3 40 60 100


EC/EE/ME-153 C-Programming Lab - 3 40 60 100

Total 18+5 9 320 480 800


SECOND YEAR

BT/CE/CHE/CS/E Engineering
C/EE/IT/ME - 121 Mathematics-II 4+1 - 40 60 100

BT/CE/Ch.E/CS/E Engineering
C/EE/IT/ME - 122 Physics-II 3+1 - 40 60 100

EC/EE/ME - 123 Engineering 3+1 - 40 60 100


Chemistry - II